Artist Biography Vaya Con Dios (pronounced: [ˈbaʝa kon djos]) is a Belgian musical group founded in 1986 by Dani Klein, Dirk Schoufs and Willy Lambregt (the latter subsequently replaced by Jean-Michel Gielen). Their name is Spanish for "Go with God". It is one of the most successful Belgian groups ever. They had some international success with the songs "Just A Friend Of Mine" (a hit in France), "What's a Woman?" (a number 1 hit in the Netherlands in 1990), "Nah Neh Nah", "Don't Cry for Louie", "Puerto Rico", "Heading for a Fall", "Johnny", "Sunny Days" and "Don't Break My Heart". In total, Vaya Con Dios have sold more than 7 million albums and more than 3 million singles.